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THZ MIC1N!(NA?( A!1LY

G. H. Wild Comfpaly
The Largest Stock
in the Ci.ty
o
Exclusive Styles in
WOOLENS1
For Getlemen's 'Near
1?eerything reqited for Sitt,
Overcoats, F'ancy Vetings, and
Trousering, and of htgh ca"s
fabrtcand speiat styls.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
0. IH. Wild Comlpally
31I South State Street
BOOKS
Save half yor itone and
buy Secondhand
Books at
Z~be
$tuaent& IiVoohtore
Unversity TextBooks fot all
tDepartments.
Drawing tnstrumeents for Engin-
eering Studentsi.
We carry alt the etoaie
recommended y the pofessor.
One pricesoalways thein et.
ftectical Voohfitatolte't'
ant' fftutcnt&sttapplieeo
SntEHaAN'S LADER FOUNTAIN PN
The Best $100 Pen in the World
SHEEHAN & CO.
StAtE '''Ci'
SPALDINGS
OFFICIAL FOOTBALL OjUIF
y. Cotaiti the New Raes
Wittll iae eplnaorny
pituesi'. Ilii "li'ry atie
oCam. Tiii.largeet "ot-
'bal tudc i,°re pulliet.
toil i footbalinfortiisiiio.
reiew, foeiicisitii'itidles'.ataisiis,re
ordstic tures ore4,0iiiplyr. Ptcer 10c.
A. (I. SPALDINGI & BROS.
New Yor. iio, S. toiSlrnS. cu
o- Sediiyour ne aiii'diigt trc
eoqo hr 4palti tctlalnd Wite Aports
C °ttkig c i ti l n, pte s andiiii pric's it
Anthes new, rsousslli atleic oods

THE MICHIJAN DAILY.
Managing Editor=PAUL SCOre MOWEtR-
Businaess Manager-C.. E. WtNSuTA.
News.........A. F. Ritfie
Athletics....William F. Gradolpt
Sportingr...... larece 11. Eldidge
Exchange ........1. John Wanold
Muitsic and Dranma.....Roy D. Welch
%Vmns1dilir. Louise Van Vooris
'II' 51)Vt. DA 21', rP EVllY24, 07.
sE I is EsR u nissiers.
wk ihithusissue, Te lDail ruers tiot
utie iticiihiiyear'5ofits eistence We
ar ao s ol., that is ts say, as sonic
ofi thei't' i csty's smore preccious
iresihiieii. kinid witl utodsity-or
rallier. witls imuichimoidesty as clii
ipropery blieixtecei of ai17-yar-ldt,
-w ishirto adimiiiltiiiatswe arceit
ou-ircoi'ious.
F ric te eeysflst ie ere a sc-
ces in our fC eele biiyiiiy51. Ilefore
wre iweer a-dayuuoiiiiiiicolilrerao, soil
iiousilyi, alhoughlloniithis poit iour
meorails its. coulil urie, ill iell.
Oarut iproementt. see elievelarcite,-
I u sei-illy.Outiefinincilcllegs.iat
one tie weak aiii tiiteringiithItin-i
farct aniiiilsleiiier e liii ena r-llisowl
noeintolisiiihlislartc1lils sioe
rali seci'-,uiiisiie aid eiliro liiketr-
isloinil Ilir eitorciial lricells have
mutiledatoishinigl itt nieumes
adarc- alsini ceasig, iehiipe, hlieffii
car. even our1 quarterlli~5sovecolime
to mal to cnti'un us sioSthithis
tear lie aie takenthle iggst still of
all: lihe' 111'st upihousekeeint ii a
11111dest ecnitil l aparstiet in Xfis ay-
oardi sree.
\V e liae now 1'gillto the porit w eee
lie re' sell-'onsicilttiosneeCr 11b11re
a kiiiiof ig itiltoticdress it i. like
mos1t17-ea-olds, wsethitike ie ktii
a thing or two:i aatiwe r te surey'
grievd iwhtieni 11111illii11111lisen. We
lio nt ia'sle souiitle agreec With its. u
cii liketo latt1111r1ourtselves talt y-sli
cris !ay t su iposal. kWeCwiati
you u> 'ilauh'circielsts, tolintii uees-
edi couri narraties.iiialdlitotick ovr
"k:ropinons We ite lit 'noutg, it
sees o u, o b alctoilliveture
a remarin pubitli c locsiiinally erl1
'citie" elittaty., asi were.
t it cia l li itoisop unioiis of ci'
el's, our- e 1.1cc that11Wee'are' still iong,
C'adsrong andlialel' t isitakes'. Yoii
wiill fid itsbighearctedenotutigtolibli
sryfore our' erts lowe'vte';catl if
i cimpanyi siittheii'fresmisetiriie i
sohmrs eshoculdl at any itte lbe
focedelto cttli a tee. weshrial ell
dcvrtio do it gcr"acefully.
illhillel i curientiacitke itdIea tat
staif. a canite uthaill-i'a "ull:11i
tie say of a clege ace'inutace. kWie
wishl t colireci'elthisimpre ssion. T
onlytc wairtoiipreflermenti ith e eitoria
depattrtet o f this paple istrotg
I ails aleacer ntiltonily itt cimpus, ht

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inl interscollegiati',jourtalistic thought.
In rier tot tditthis, see musstspIlocuetc
the mstacicottmtlishedlstaff avalale.
Titere is always room for oue ore
giol mats. If you have ail newspaper
expeien~ce, etr even if you have icina-
title for the work, come to one office
itti talk it over.
It is one of che Daily's aims to see
as a sort of cotse in practical journal'
in. A college pater is of ecessity
tmarkedt tff sonmewha sarply from i
purey comosecia cntemporares;l yet
it lhai certaint poitts is commnon with
themtihtat malke it of geat serice as
a steppng-stonte fr the jouraitc
asiran~lit. AsIt useitmnor futting onte
int uc t wt itht the sectsadi affairs of
the University, it is also valtale. If
y'ouit11ve1c iiy leanig towart newspaer
wocrk.iditnot let tis opporuitiy sli y.
The'masagig etioci will meet candi-
datestodtusay at 5 p. 11. i1 Te Dilvs
neiwiiffices ott Mavnallrd street.
si t s'cAeCYvU iltte To si?
Nosythat tere is or very shortly
sill le. a ttngible expressionl of te
V iclilgaitiUiionimoeet,-a real
U..nion ictliubhttse of te sttdentscee'
owni,-thesensiitwhlottnte student boty
hasvCetrusted ithilthe Uionsmaage
itett have a right to expect ceran very
detii-tie'thinigs frimtth lat student oy.
hitilectloyaty aiit adhlerece to te
tticitihave bienititaiifestedl ly a sort
f itip-servcee.d hulie purchase of tick-
ets to a tbanqutiet eery twelsemonth.
Somiietinig tmtre is notis necessary. The
Clubhouittse sill nteid, especialtly ins this
cilspota'. usedl iohetunaitinoslsy
giveci athltiiis before te gymnsittim
wastliected. It ought sotl to te a qes
tio icocf "C'aic I afford tjointishio Uniosn,
tiuti"tartiI afford itt to join the
c'niion?" Moirever, when the sons of
tie lUist cisb are troswn opes, it will
hei icumbnt upotnliilthe mnstof this it-
d it 1 tolitakiitierillvantge f that fact
tini eeryeswas.FTheJiionst eslong
ein hralidedItast istriiin tity tre
ito genteate the blessitgs of sociability,
f frienshslip. anit ofdemocratic uter-
? mingltig ttueentisetofcl 11 llsses, ll
tsocialiransandsetcliteseemenstofsay
alliancesii'dimen'(iflnone. It cni io
tlilesetinsge.it cciiniork ts'ostiers foe
thle sicial life sre at 'Aieligast.ut it
cntionly doi s11if the mn ess msnseves
totheir siarec i the waly of creatisg
a disinicly IUioniatmlosphlere o
friendiliness and goi-felisg. Te
Unionvis ioit will le realiet uhess every
cU isesite- matn isit Unitons tast. adi
eaicit es earlteily isto the wortk oh
t mainiitg 'tile'ltter fellow" feetlt osos
e It i citstomalry', thus early' i the
e year, lto croffer a ife seteces iof edi
cicrailitdice tic frshmslen. We make
lusbiene setoinited:it"Get sise"
'ir Kseis's home-meuade canies. 61,,,
t Lst killieimtsstreet. -$
Killege Clothes lfoe Kolege Men-
cto toi $2. Attesthue C('tile, Minti
estreet. T-6

FACUlTY CI{ANGES
- iTS PRRSONNEL
(Cotined rns Pag Onei
Flnew Arts ini Bostos. He is sitcceedel
by Campbell Bonner, of Nashville, TPer.
Professor de Laguna, assistant profes-
sor of education, Dr. J. E. Cuter, as-
sistant professor of economis, ad Pro-
fessor V. L. Dunlap all leae the teach-
jog force this year. The latter ecomes
ose of the expert cemssists of the Na-
tiontal Pmure Food cosmmissios.
Itt additionu toth tese, oe more yelr'
leve of ahsestce hes etn grated Pro-
fessor Htenry C. Audamss of the ecoom-
cs deartmen, st-io is wils teseitser-
state Commnerce commsissiosn, and Pro
fessor Csnf'eldihetro teufe upartmsent
of te Romccien ugiage s hacs it yar's
aloencec for studtye abtra.l ie' is ntoum
hut Euope. H arrisont S. Smsahey te
cous-,asietnti professor of ecunoics
sw'tie huh -Levi 11n111Chrlts P. kWager
huecme tprofessor and suiusistanst irfessor
respectively- of theidtenltuho ft-
smaside'hanguagis.
The rturnu fPtrfssr Frett N.
Scutt. he-adof te rhetric ueprtsmentl
after ca yearepsuedinuIroipe.mussite
espseciilyunoted.
All inialciishie stusme f ue lites
russiaiseditiythin facslty ticse caused
regret, te geseral opinioni of ther-
turniing stuidents seemss to le th thus
lessversity- faculty is ii saetfelutecus
effective year.
Let us take youur mieasre fete yur
tesw fall ssit-$cO.0oOasdcitp. Fredt uW.
Gross corser Libery anti Fourth ae-
nuue. Exetiveie repeseentativ'e for Ed.
V. hPrice & Co., secant taiors Chi
cgo.edt u-6
PIANOS FOR RENT-A nisnterutl
cttoice ess' pinous at Root's Muttsi
tHouse on easy terms. Free tunsig tf
FRESH'ktEN! Start rightbuy
Purfhielud's' sos-thess you will alwaeys
le ini syle stiltumoneiy' aead. tig S.
Mist strit. -u
Alarm icocks warranted for oce yer,
l$t.tuo. tiller's Jewtery Store, 2u16 S.
'Winui street. clt
Lauties' gymsnsasiums suits at Muiss Los-
el's. 3.2 S. Sate street-$.00 tutu $.50.
Stwimmingshsuists, $.0. ltced ior n-
ter early. Ti-t
_A ctoice hune of cadiies-Giiet's,
Loiwiscys andTus ay11-oermsahes, at
1Qualrry's.
1'e puts'ou ostt comse udonstowttn for
your latortory susplies. Godyar's
I)e'us tr. i-ta
Ness'freshmnsdental outit andutdeta
eusngine for sae cheap. J. C. Wats, 33
East Liberty street. I-3
yIf you sats the best founanspen in
the city, go to Cushing's, 336 Suuthi
State street. f
;iT'e Kesmpi .MsiceStdtios-Piano,
voice, pie organs, comustositios. 32 S.
Divsionssstreet. oi-8S

Why pay full prices?
GET THE DISCOUNT
We allow 20 per cent dicont
on Drafttng Suppies
10 ter cent dscoutstous Draft-tg
tnstruments.
10 per cent discount on Elntvr-
oty Text-Book.
We ougnt a large stock of
Second-hand
Law Books
and wstellitat undsrpitee.
Writing Paper by he Pound
20c 25 35c
Wahres Special
Fountain Pen, $1.00.
Tvery one is guaranteed
Malounstoes yurchaucartaes
Waher's
Book Stores
Second-hsandtbooks bounght adsolsit
G. E. BARINHEL
Law
Medical
Dental
Books
New and Second-hand
Largest Stock in Michigan
Text=Books
Dictionaries
Quiz Cornpends
C. E. BARTHELL
Tel 76. 326 S. State St.
GET STARTED RIGHT
Auth becmi.acqnainted witt
isisonlyy tstcss
JEWELRY STORE
FEvrythng in
co.lleg PlnFbs JewelyEtc
We rglanted thean all
WM. ARINOLD
°.o Mtnt.

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'Tle msant whsotenowvs tuuys clothes of -_______________
Groiss, corsser becty- asnutFoureth-, aye- Get yourtbanssse rs, tpenns su ansu rcom
fusiue. eodl--6 dcorationss at Skininer's. t

It's only Short Step
IWhere

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Materials of
Qual'ity
.re Sold*
Iri fact, Everythifv j for 'the Studernt.
S~xpplleR of all kinds.
U.oOf m. Co-wop Store
660 Store with the Bhao Fron~t

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Ube lnfversft
schooL of fIIu fc
PIANO
SIN GOING
VIOLIN
ORGAN
RLOCUTION AND
DRAMATtC ART
PUIJ~C SCHOOL MRTHODS
PIANO AND ORGAN TUNING
Call at the office, Maynard
Street, for fnull infornmation

Z~be Stubents' 9lecture IAssociation
Seasoni 1907-108
Premier Lecture Course of the 'West
SOUSA-S BAND - Fmsil J. Hirsch, D.D.,-LL.D.
John Temple Graves Dr. Wnm. J.-Da wsons hLotdoss)
Dr. Brander Matthews "Leland T. Powers
Hon. John Barrett Opic Read
Gov. J. Frank Hanly (Inid.) Oratorical Contest
John Graham Brooks Open Numbher
See "Prospectuls" for dates and explanation of Open Number
S. L. A. Officce, Main Corridor, University Hall.
Treasurn's Hours, 4 to 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
zicIhetz for JxnalrecCourse, r_ " _ $2.00
Secure your Season Tickets from student canvassers
or at S. L. A. Office.

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Phone 598

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